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The hidden beauty of Studio Fludd

El grupo de artistas How We Dwell invitó a Studio Fludd, un colectivo italiano multidisciplinar inspirado en la alquimia y con una gran carga visual, a que participasen en su proyecto ‘Poor Tools’. Matteo Baratto, Caterina Gabelli y Sara Maragotto, las mentes tras Studio Fludd, decidieron viajar hasta la isla La Certosa, dentro del archipiélago veneciano, para buscar pequeñas piezas en desuso para realizar estas obras. El mix creado entre objetos de origen natural y aquellos artificiales consiguió enriquecer el proyecto y crear cinco espacios diferentes donde podríamos encontrar estos objetos: la cocina, la sala de estar, el dormitorio, una playa de meditación, un laboratorio químico y una wunderkammer. La fotógrafa Rachele Miastrello fue la encargada de retratar esta colección de maravillosos objetos que guardan la belleza en su exterior rudo.

The group of artists How We Dwell invited Studio Fludd, an Italian multidisciplinary collective inspired by alchemy and with a great visual load, to participate in their project ‘Poor Tools‘. Matteo Baratto, Caterina Gabelli and Sara Maragotto, the minds behind Studio Fludd, decided to travel to La Certosa, an island in the Venetian archipelago, to find small pieces into disuse for this work. The mix created between objects of natural and artificial origin got those beauty to the project creating five different spaces where we could find these objects: the kitchen, the living room, bedroom, beach meditation, a chemical laboratory and a wunderkammer. The photographer Rachele Miastrello was commissioned to portray this wonderful collection of objects that keep the beauty in his gruff exterior.

The group of artists How We Dwell invited Studio Fludd, an Italian multidisciplinary collective inspired by alchemy and with a great visual load, to participate in their project ‘Poor Tools‘. Matteo Baratto, Caterina Gabelli and Sara Maragotto, the minds behind Studio Fludd, decided to travel to La Certosa, an island in the Venetian archipelago, to find small pieces into disuse for this work. The mix created between objects of natural and artificial origin got those beauty to the project creating five different spaces where we could find these objects: the kitchen, the living room, bedroom, beach meditation, a chemical laboratory and a wunderkammer. The photographer Rachele Miastrello was commissioned to portray this wonderful collection of objects that keep the beauty in his gruff exterior.

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